Public School 287 parents were told at a meeting yesterday that the Khalil Gibran International Academy will move into the school building next year after growing too large for its current Boerum Hill location.
Some parents are concerned about older students from Khalil Gibran going to school alongside their elementary school kids. PS287 currently houses the Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice, a high school that is moving into an old courthouse next year.
"We told them the high school children and elementary children are not a good mix. So why ignore us?" PTA President Edgardo Rivera wrote to parents.
The parents also questioned why their pleas to keep the school out failed, while parents from PS 282 in Park Slope successfully lobbied to keep the school out last year.
A schools spokeswoman said the Education Department would work to answer all of the parents' questions.
In its first year, Khalil Gibran has suffered several setbacks, including having its founding principal step down last summer, only to see her later sue the city to get her job back. That matter is pending.